The Workplace Safety Network provides OSHA updates, practical ideas and real-world case studies to help Safety professionals create a safer workplace. This informative and entertaining blog covers what Safety leaders care about most, including safety leadership and training ideas on forklift safety, hazcom, lockout/tagout, slip, trips & falls, back safety, fire prevention, fall protection, and more.

Criteria for returning to OSHA’s good graces

Criteria for returning to OSHA’s good graces

September 11, 2012 by

Here’s some ammunition that safety pros can use to help save their companies all sorts of trouble. Case in point: The agency has just released its guidelines for companies that want to be released from its severe violators program. The severe violators program raises fines and generates more inspections for companies that demonstrate indifference to […]

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Research: Doubts lead to injuries

Research: Doubts lead to injuries

August 28, 2012 by

Individuals who believe managers are committed to safety are less likely to be injured. That’s according to a recent Harvard University study of 453 restaurant workers co-sponsored by Liberty Mutual. Read on to learn more, and how you can help keep workers safe.

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